Morrissey Engineering designed the mechanical, electrical, and technology systems for this 70,000 SF facility.
Morrissey Engineering provided the mechanical and electrical design for this 15 story residential tower.
Morrissey Engineering is providing the mechanical and electrical design for the renovation of this high-rise downtown Omaha office building.
In addition to mechanical and electrical design, Morrissey Engineering provided the LEED consulting and commissioing for Omaha's first eco-conscious hotel.
Morrissey Engineering provided the mechanical and electrical design for the city's first LEED-certified hotel.
Morrissey Engineering is providing the MEP design, commissioning, energy modeling, and LEED consulting for this new law enforcement facility in Sarpy County.
Midtown Crossing is being recognized as one of ten projects around the world which "embody the synergy of public/private partnerships."
The U.S. Green Building Council is calling for nominations for the 2010 USGBC Leadership Awards. Award nominees should embody the attributes expected of a green building leader and achievements that demonstrate excellence, exemplify the intent and spirit of the green building movement, and have made a significant impact in advancing the green building movement within their sector. Nominate a peer.
The U.S. Green Building Council's mission of environmentally, economically and socially sustainable buildings for all within a generation depends on highly trained professionals in every sector. The USGBC is requesting your input in a brief survey that will help us identify and understand your green building education needs. The information you provide will drive both the content and format of tomorrow's green building education - from USGBC or the green building education marketplace at large - so that it is accessible and relevant for everyone. Take the survey.